A look back at Richmond Mural Project 2015

by | Jul 23, 2015 | ART, DOWNTOWN RVA, RICHMOND NEWS, STREET ART

Alright folks, that’s it – we’ve wrapped up the 2015 Richmond Mural Project.

Alright folks, that’s it – we’ve wrapped up the 2015 Richmond Mural Project. We’ve got an awesome prize – one of 3 hand painted collab pieces – lined up for people who take photos of the new murals and tag them #RMP2015 on instagram, so get out there and start taking pics!

Shout out to ArtWhino for making it happen as always, check out the map below for a visual journey through this year’s RMP (We even included a nice biking map)!

If you missed a muralist we covered, or have no idea what we’re talking about in general because you have been living under a rock, then check out this rundown below of the muralists, their new murals, and where they are so you have a shot at the prize!

D*Face

Read more about D*Face here

108 N. 7th Street

#d*face_official #richmondmuralproject #artwhino

A photo posted by Morgan (@eyeridesee) on

Jerk Face

Read more about Jerk Face here

609 Idlewood Ave

1613 W. Main Street

@artwhino #richmondmuralproject

A photo posted by Jerkface (@incarceratedjerkfaces) on

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A photo posted by Jerkface (@incarceratedjerkfaces) on

807 1/2 w Clay street

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Nils Westergard (RVA NATIVE!)

Read more about Nils Westergard here

312 Goshen

Done! Final piece by @nilsrva at 312 Goshen. #richmondmuralproject #nilswestergard #rva #richmondva

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1533 Floyd Ave

Read more about Nils Westergard here

Clogtwo and Inkten

2007 W Broad St

Clogtwo (solo)

Read more about Clogtwo here

600 N Sheppard St

Inkten (solo)

Read more about Inkten here

2922 Park Ave

Caratoes

Read more about Caratoes here

1814 E main st

#richmondmuralproject @artwhino #thanksforerrything #caratoes

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Taylor White

Read more about Taylor White here!

100 S Addison St.

James Bullough

Read more about James Bullough here

Broad and Lombardy

Jason Woodside

Read more about Jason Woodside here

646 N 7th St

Thank you Richmond. That was epic. #richmondmuralproject @artwhino

A photo posted by Jason Woodside (@jasonwoodside) on

MOYA

1 E Cary St.

Read more about MOYA here

MOYA finishing his mural at the street jam on Cary and Fushee right now. Come celebrate!

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Onur

Read more about Onur here

1601 W Main St

Evoca1

Read more about Evoca 1 here

Here's a progress shot from day 4, things are starting to shape up. @evoca1 #Liquitex #instagramtakeover #takeover #intermixable

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